MIRS Biographical Profiles
- View Printable Version
Cast 100% Of All Eligible Roll Call
Votes This Session
(25 out of 25)
Rendon, Daire (R)State Representative District 103
In December 2020, Rep. Rendon was one of 15 Michigan lawmakers who signed onto a lawsuit brought by the state of Texas challenging Michigan's election results in hopes of overturning President-elect Joe BIDEN's victory.
Rep. Daire Rendon was elected to her first term as state representative in November 2016. She is replacing her husband, former Republican Rep. Bruce Rendon.
Prior to her election she was appointed by Gov. John Engler and reappointed by Gov. Jennifer Granholm to the Michigan Bureau of Consumer and Industry Services, where she served as a member of the Michigan Collection Practices Advisory Board.
Rep. Rendon started her career as a government employee at the Social Security Administration in Grand Rapids, but moved into the private sector when she bought her first business in Cadillac, Michigan, in 1988. Check Alert Systems was a licensed collection agency that recovered bad checks written to businesses and verified bad checking account data at the point of sale. When she sold that business in 2011, Rendon moved her entire business model and personnel to a company she started in 2001 and still operates today, Dragon Payment Systems (DPS). Located in Lake City, the staff at DPS provides virtual customer service to monitored security companies located in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Nashville.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Rendon, click here.
She and her husband have been married for 43 years. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.
Rep. Rendon has served as the chairperson of the Michigan Home Builders Associate Council and as president of the Michigan Association of Collection Agencies.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Robin Case-Naeyaert
Cell Phone: (517) 373-8817
Gov Says She Can't Talk Gordon Payout: 'That's Simply What It Is' (03-02-2021)
Speaker Puts Name To Lowering Prescription Drug Costs Drive (02-24-2021)
Small Farms Get Break From MIOSHA Reporting Rule Under Bill (02-24-2021)
Rare Attempt To Dislodge Bill From Committee (02-23-2021)
Wouldn't It Be Nice If We Could . . . Wait Until Age 18 (02-12-2021)
Are You More Likely To Get COVID-19 In A Plane Or A Restaurant? (02-03-2021)
No House Freshman Chairs; First Time Since '09 (01-21-2021)
Lasinski Calls For Resignations, Discipline In GOP Caucus (01-07-2021)
Judge Declines Injunction In Suit Challenging Appointment Of Electors (01-04-2021)
Gov Signs Batch Of Criminal Justice Reforms Into Law (01-04-2021)
Governor Signs More Than 80 Bills At Session's End (12-29-2020)
Wentworth, 45 GOP Reps Back Weiser For MRP Chair (12-17-2020)
MI GOP Sends Alternate Electoral Votes To D.C.' 'We Just Want To Be Prepared' (12-15-2020)
Electoral College Votes Biden, Civil Unrest Deflated (12-14-2020)
15 Michigan Reps Tell Supremes To Overturn Biden's Victory (12-10-2020)
Victory In Shoreline Erosion Compromise (12-03-2020)
LaFave Dropped Three Other Bills That Aren't Impeachment (11-18-2020)
Maddock Calls For Impeachment; Dems Give It A '0%' Chance (11-16-2020)
House Passes Bill To Light Up Holiday Of Juneteenth (11-05-2020)
No House Incumbents Unseated In Primary Balloting . . . Yet (08-05-2020)
NRA Issues Its Ratings For The August Primary (07-13-2020)
Here's How We See The House Races, Districts 101-110 (06-10-2020)
Lawmakers Call For Ouster Of UIA Leadership (06-05-2020)
Bits And Tidbits (05-20-2020)
Bits And Tidbits (05-14-2020)
Bits And Tidbits (05-12-2020)
Why These Republicans Are Challenging House Incumbents (05-08-2020)
21 House Members Get Primary On Filing Deadline (04-21-2020)
Rural GOP Lawmakers Losing Patience (04-06-2020)
Bits And Tidbits (03-17-2020)
Statewide HeadlinesOver 2,000 Michigan businesses setting standard for COVID-19 workplace safety compliance*
Michigan opens vaccines to more people, but frustration grows for those still struggling to book appointments*
More than half of Kent County residents ages 65 and older are partially vaccinated
Defense attorneys argue men accused in Whitmer kidnap plot never had a plan
Don't be 'picky' about COVID vaccine options, Michigan health officials plead*